Producer Sues Juice WRLD Estate Over “Scared Of Love”

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Producer Ghost Loft claims that the deceased rapper Juice WRLD ripped off 16 bars from his 2013 hit record “So High”. This is according to a recent TMZ report regarding a lawsuit obtained by the media company. 

The copied bars in questions were used in Juice WRLD’s 2018 track “Scared of Love.” According to Ghost Loft, real name Danny Choi, Mitch Mula and Juice WRLD are the only credited song writers on the track. 

Choi is suing Mula, Juice WRLD’s mother and the executioner of his estate, Carmella Wallace. 

Juice passed away unexpectedly in 2019 but has appeared posthumously on several tracks in the years following his untimely death. Unfortunately, the news of Choi’s legal actions have come days after the third anniversary of Juice’s debut Goodbye & Good Riddance. 

In fact, a commemorative version of the album was released last week with two new tracks title “734” and a new “Lucid Dreams” remix featuring Lil Uzi Vert.